Trump expected to issue 100 state pardons before handover, Akeredolu issues quit notice to herdsmen and more
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As Buhari shuns NASS | Inside Stuff
Today, on ‘Inside Stuff,’ multi-award-winning columnist and Executive Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board, Martins Oloja, talks about President Muhammdu Buhari shunning the call by the National Assembly to appear before it to discuss issues regarding that beheading of farmers in the Northeast last week and the rising insecurity all over the country.
Not a time for a new NBA || Inside Stuff
On Inside Stuff this week, Matin Oloja talks about the new Northern faction of the NBA and why this is not the time to divide the house.
Philippine anti-terrorism law triggers fear of massive rights abuses
A new anti-terrorism legislation will give greater powers to authorities to arrest people without a warrant and carry out surveillance. Activists say the law is aimed at intimidating dissidents. Ana P. Santos reports.
Poland shortlists judges for controversial top court post
The European Union recently launched a legal case against Poland after saying the country was seeking to muzzle judges. Amid this, a place at the head of the Supreme Court is up for grabs.
Where does bail money go in Nigeria?
It is widely believed the Judicial process in Nigeria grinds slowly and it often appears that a defendant is free the moment they are granted bail but, the question no one has ever asked is; where does the bail money go to?
High Commissioner asks Ghanaians in Nigeria to be law abiding
The Ghana High Commissioner to Nigeria has called on Ghanaians living in Nigeria to be law abiding and desist from anything that will tarnish image of the country.